Lenovo's Idea Pad S12 net book promise is first net book that can critically grip high-def tasks, with a 12.1" display and the capability to play rear 1080p happy (via the HDMI o\p, of course) in "silky smooth" style.
If that where not sufficient, Lenovo also made certain to sanctify this machine with a 100persentage full size keyboard, amazing that's extremely uncommon on net books. In fact, we'd say the taut, frequently misshaped keyboards are the worst attribute on net books.
With this device, it is similar to typing on some standard 15.4" notebook. Nice touch, Lenovo. The manufacturer expects to begin delivery the S12 next month with cost starting at $449, although the Ion version will price $499.
Still, for a net book by a full size keyboard, Ion graphics and a six compartment battery fine for almost six hours of life, that is not a many inquire. Spectacles include 1GB of RAM, 160GB HDD, a 4-in-one card reader, a 3-cell battery and an Express Card slot for 3G expandability. It provides all the new features.
Something about Lenovo Idea pad s12 net book
Display: 12.1 WXGA (1280 X 800) LED 200 nit, 250g
Processor: Intel Atom N270
Graphics: Intel integrated GMA 950, Nvidia ION
Memory (RAM): Up to 1GB DDR2 533 MHz
Hard Drive (ROM): Up to 160 GB SATA (160, 250, 320)
Battery Life: 3 hours with 3-cell, 6 hours with 6-cell
Weight: 1.4kg with 3 cells, 1.55kg with 6 cells
Dimensions: 292 X 216 X 22-28.9mm
Software: XP Home SP3 (32 bit)
Connectivity: 10/100m Ethernet, Broadcom 578M, Intel WiFi Link 5150 1X2 AGN, Intel WiFi Link 5100 1X2 AGN, Non-Intel wireless b/g, Non-Intel wireless b/g/n, Bluetooth
Other: 3 USB, 1 Express card slot (Intel and VIA platforms), 4-in-1 card reader, VGA, RJA45, HDMI